Staffordshire County Council have provided the following information:
The Climate Action Fund is still open for applications but will be closing on the 25th February 2022.
- Climate change is one of Staffordshire County Council’s top priorities and we are committed to reaching net-zero by 2050 after declaring a climate change emergency in 2019.
- This is the second round of the Climate Action Fund. The funding is for non-for-profit organisations to make sustainable changes.
About the fund
Every county councillor has £1,500 to award to projects in their area
Councillors can give up to £500 per project, but organisations can approach more than one councillor to receive up to £2,500.
The grant can be used to fund new projects that can:
- Reduce carbon impact
- Improve air quality
- Reduce waste
- Improve natural environment
Organisations who are eligible include charities, societies, voluntary and community groups, parish councils and schools.
Before submitting an application online, organisations should first speak with their county councillor.
Funding is given on a first come, first served basis.
The closing date is 25th February 2022.
More info on the fund and what type of projects non-for-profit organisations can apply for can be found by visiting